Non-profit providing free HIV self-test kits to gay, bisexual, transgender, 2-spirit and non-binary people

Community-Based Research Centre offering up to 3 kits to eligible participants who complete an online survey

British Columbians who identify as non-binary, as well as men who identify as gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit or queer, can now receive up to three HIV self-test kits in the mail from a Canadian health advocacy organization.

The non-profit Community-Based Research Centre (CBRC), which is based in Vancouver, is providing the tests free of charge to eligible participants aged 18 and older who complete its online Sex Now 2021 survey.

hiv-self-test-kits.jpgThe Community-Based Research Centre is offering free HIV self-test kits to eligible participants who complete a survey on the organization's website. The one-minute, finger-prick blood test was approved by Health Canada in November.

This article was written by CBC News. Please click HERE to read the full article.

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Community-Based Research Centre (CBRC) promotes the health of gay, bi, trans, Two-Spirit, and queer men (GBT2Q) through research and intervention development.
Non-profit providing free HIV self-test kits to gay, bisexual, transgender, 2-spirit and non-binary people
Non-profit providing free HIV self-test kits to gay, bisexual, transgender, 2-spirit and non-binary people
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